Marymount Manhattan

Department of Art & Art History

Student Opportunities

Students majoring in Art and Art History gain invaluable experience by working as interns in the museums, galleries, auction houses, graphic design and photography studios, advertising and publishing companies and other art-related businesses in metropolitan New York, and beyond.

They have learned how professionals in the art world developed their areas of expertise and how they run a variety of for-profit and non-profit organizations. They have been able to test their hand in professions in which they are considering careers. They have also served as Studio Assistants to artists and learned how artists need to balance the work of running a studio with their work as curators, writers, and educators.


Recent internship venues:

Philips de Pury & Company                  The Metropolitan Museum of Art                     
Christie’s Auction House The Guggenheim Museum
The Rubin Museum of Art The Children’s Museum of Manhattan
Bronx River Art Center The Frick Collection
The Jewish Museum El Museo del Barrio
Redbook Essence Magazine/Time Warner Inc
Rachel Ray Show Paul Kasmin Gallery
David Zwirner Gallery Bloomingdale’s
Betty Krulik Fine Arts, Ltd Godel & Co. Fine Art
Derek Eller Gallery Times Square Alliance
Sanctuary for Families Free Arts NYC
Condé Nast Publications MTV
Teen Vogue Parents Magazine
US Weekly Magazine National Geographic Traveler
The Martha Stewart Show Knoll Textiles 

Studio assistantships in the studios of artists, photographers and designers:
Matt Mullican, Stan GazViviane SilveraJo-Wood BrownRobert Polidori StudioEllie GaTim SteeleKaty MartinMelanie BakerAaron WexlerJason Woodside